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Save $1,000 on Closing Costs

Apply by July 31st to receive $1,000 OFF a home purchase *

First Time Homebuyer? We Can Help!

We'll walk you through every step to getting the home of your dreams.

Pre-qualified

Get pre-qualified for a mortgage to determine your budget when home shopping. This helps ensure you stay within your price range and gives sellers confidence in your ability to obtain a loan.

Banker’s tip: Remember to factor in property tax and homeowner’s insurance when considering monthly costs.

Find out how much you can afford

Explore your options

Share your pre-qualification letter with your realtor and start shopping for homes within your price range. When you find the right home, you will work with your realtor to make an offer.

Banker’s tip: Homebuying can be emotional, so keep a list of what matters most to you in a new home to remain focused.

Documents You’ll Need

Get a mortgage

Once your offer is accepted, contact your mortgage lender ASAP so that the formal mortgage process can be started.  You’ll likely need to provide updated documentation on work history, income, and bank account balances.

Banker’s tip: Avoid making major purchases or applying for new debt, which could affect loan approval.

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*Application must be submitted between 5/1/24 – 7/31/24. Subject to credit approval, some exclusions may apply. $1,000 credit is applied to closing costs. Mortgage special offers cannot be combined. 1st Source checking account required, standard account fees apply. Offer valid for purchases of owner occupied dwelling in IN, MI, IL, or FL. Minimum loan term and maximum loan amount restrictions apply.